Meet 10 LGBTQ Nonprofits Ready for Give OUT Day
Learn about 10 of the many nonprofit organizations participating in Give OUT Day, a month-long fundraising campaign culminating on June 30, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community. Since 2013, Give OUT Day has helped hundreds of LGBTQ nonprofits raise millions of dollars!
Donations during all of Pride Month help your favorite nonprofits earn Leaderboard prizes: thousands in additional dollars that go to organizations with the most unique donors in their category!
We hope you join us in supporting these organizations (and more!) throughout their Give OUT Day campaigns.
Amor Para Todos is a community-led group whose mission is to innovate schools and communities to be more gender and LGBTQIA+ inclusive.
Their vision is that all students, regardless of gender and sexual orientation, feel safe and comfortable to be their true authentic selves and to express themselves freely at school and in their communities, supported and treated with respect by peers, administrators, teachers, staff, and community members.
Bay Woof Foundation is founded on the belief that dogs are sentient beings from whom we humans have much to learn. Bay Woof seeks to provide tangible resources to support this time-honored connection with our canine friends.
BWF publishes a magazine that promotes responsible dog ownership and advocacy and is currently developing a new program to support queer at-risk youth, where dog care, training, and vet-tech vocational skills will help to teach self-care, self-love, and support the queer youth in a path to get off the streets.
Desi Rainbow Parents & Allies was conceived in 2017 for South Asian families and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning individuals to learn about LGBTQ+ issues, find community with one another, and learn how to better support their loved ones.
Desi Rainbow Parents & Allies serve Desi individuals and families who trace their origins to South Asia, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives. Their mission is to foster understanding and acceptance among families, with the goal of affirming and celebrating our LGBTQ+ loved ones.
Khesed Wellness makes outpatient mental health and wellness services affordable for the underinsured by working to eliminate roadblocks to treatment in Denver, Colorado.
Khesed Wellness has launched a new program to provide free video and phone mental health therapy sessions for underinsured LGBTQ+ individuals (adults and youth) residing in the city of Denver who have experienced significant disruption, housing displacement, or loss of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Equality Action Team (NEAT) is the home for collaborative action that advances LGBTQ+ Justice through grassroots, intersectional, community driven, and widely accessible education and advocacy.
They create and run a diverse array of remote turnkey actions, like remote phone banks or virtual town halls, to ensure that people and organizations anywhere can support LGBTQ+ Justice work everywhere — making their impact larger and more effective.
The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition works to effect change so that all people in North Dakota enjoy full human rights. They were established to increase the visibility of human rights needs and violations — and ultimately, to change laws and attitudes that stand as barriers to residents within the state who do not currently enjoy their full rights.
They work toward the enhancement of human rights in North Dakota through information, education, and legislative action, supported by their membership base.
San Francisco Dykes on Bikes® Women's Motorcycle Contingent is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to creating a local, national, and international community of women motorcyclists and friends of women motorcyclists.
Their mission is to support philanthropic endeavors in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and women's communities, and to reach out to empower a community of diverse women through rides, charity events, Pride events, and education. San Francisco is the mother chapter for the international Dykes on Bikes® community.
The Stonewall Alliance Center of Chico is committed to creating an accepting environment for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transexual, intersex, queer, questioning, and ally community (LGBTQ+) that is open, safe, and inclusive for all people.
They provide information, advocacy, referrals, and support. The Stonewall Alliance Center strives to unite and strengthen individuals and the community through coordination of community events, activities, and discussions.
The Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing was formed in 1999 to provide education in and programs for country-western dancing in the LGBT+ community in San Francisco.
As an all-volunteer and community-supported nonprofit, the Sundance Association fosters individual growth and passion, encourages volunteerism and financial giving, and strives to create an inclusive and welcoming community.
Upstate Pride SC empowers people of all gender expressions and sexual identities in the Upstate of South Carolina by promoting acceptance through education, advocacy, and networking.
They serve the 10-county region of the upstate of South Carolina, including Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union counties.
To learn how to support all of the organizations participating in this year’s Give OUT Day, click here!